The formation of ODIs dates back to the 1970s. It is one of the three formats of Cricket that attracts a large audience. Afghanistan cricket team played its first ODI match in February 2012 against Pakistan at the grounds of Sharjah Cricket stadium. Since then, the Afghanistan cricket team has played 129 ODI games. Bowling Economy is a significant measure that helps determine the bowler’s performance in a game. It shows the average runs given for every over bowled. It is commonly used alongside the bowling average to define the overall achievement of the bowler in the game. The lower the bowling economy of a bowler, the more preferable it is. The article below discusses the top 10 Best Bowling Economy of the Afghanistan Bowlers in One Day International Cricket.

1. Abdullah Mazari

Abdullah Mazari is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler on the Afghanistan Cricket Team. He made his ODI debut for the Afghanistan Cricket team on October 09, 2010, against Kenya in Nairobi. He played only 2 ODI matches in which he bowled 16 overs. In these 16 overs, he bowled one maiden over, took two wickets, and conceded only 49 runs with the Economy of 3.06, which is the lowest for any bowler who has represented Afghanistan in ODI. He has a bowling average of 24.50.

2. Khaliq Dad Noori

Khaliq Dad Noori is a Right-arm fast-medium bowler on the Afghanistan Cricket team who made his ODI debut on April 19, 2009, for Afghanistan against Scotland at Benoni. He has played matches and has a bowling economy of 3.57. He bowled 42 overs in his six games and bagged nine wickets with a strike rate of 28.0 and a bowling average of 16.66.

3. Karim Sadiq Khan

Karim Sadiq Khan is a former opening Right-hand batter and Right-arm off-break bowler on the Afghanistan Cricket team. He was also a wicketkeeper batter. Khan made his first ODI appearance for Afghanistan against Scotland on April 19, 2009, at Benoni. He holds the record for opening the batting and bowling in a single ODI match. Karim holds the third-best bowling economy for Afghanistan, with an economy of 3.76. He has played 24 games and took nine wickets in them. He has a bowling average of 33.50 and a bowling strike rate of 53.3.

4. Hasti Gul

Hasti Gul is a former Afghanistan cricket player. He was a Right-hand batter and a Right-arm medium bowler. He made his ODI debut against Scotland at Benoni on April 19, 2009. The bowler played only two matches for Afghanistan, in which he took three wickets with a bowling economy of 3.84. He had a bowling average of 24.33 and a bowling strike rate of 38.0.

5. Amir Hamza

Amir Hamza Hotak was a right-hand better and slow left-arm orthodox bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He was a Bowling all-rounder who made his ODI debut on February 10, 2012, against Pakistan at Sharjah stadium, UAE. He holds the fifth rank for the best bowling economy for Afghanistan with an economy of 3.92. He has one 5-wicket haul and three 4-wicket hauls. He has a bowling average of 25.40 and a strike rate of 38.8.

6. Asghar Afghan

Amir Hamza Hotak was a right-hand better and slow left-arm orthodox bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He was a Bowling all-rounder who made his ODI debut on February 10, 2012, against Pakistan at Sharjah stadium, UAE. He holds the fifth rank for the best bowling economy for Afghanistan with an economy of 3.92. He has one 5-wicket haul and three 4-wicket hauls. He has a bowling average of 25.40 and a strike rate of 38.8.

7. Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Mujeeb Ur Rahman is a right-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He made his ODI debut for Afghanistan against Ireland at Sharjah on December 5, 2017. Mujeeb holds the record for the youngest player to take five wickets in an ODI match. He has the 7th best bowling economy in Afghanistan, with an economy of 3.97. He played 49 games and took 78 wickets. He has a bowling average of 22.57 and a bowling strike rate of 34.1.

8. Raees Khan Ahmadzai

Raees Khan Ahmadzai is a right-hand batter and right-arm off-break bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. He is an all-rounder who made a debut for Afghanistan against Scotland at Benoni on February 01, 2010. He played only five matches and had a bowling economy of 4.0. Unfortunately, he did not take any wickets in his five games.

9. Mirwais Ashraf

Mirwais Ashraf is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium-fast bowler of the Afghanistan cricket team who made a debut on February 04, 2010, against Canada at Colombo. He has played 46 matches and has bowled 334.5 overs. Mirwais has taken 46 wickets with an economy of 4.06 and a bowling average of 29.56. He has a bowling strike rate of 43.6.

10. Rashid Khan Arman

Rashid Khan Arman is an all-rounder who is a right-handed batter and a leg-break googly bowler on the Afghanistan cricket team. The former made his ODI debut against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on October 18, 2015. Rashid has the record for the youngest captain to captain an ODI match. Rashid has the best bowling average in ODI. He has a bowling economy of 4.15, 151 wickets, and a bowling strike rate of 26.9. Also, he has taken four five-wicket hauls and five four-wicket hauls.